How to word boat party invitations

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How to word boat party invitations
Hit the seas for your party. (boat image by jim from Fotolia.com)

Boat parties are an uncommon way to gather with friends and enjoy laughter, drinks and a good time. When inviting guests to join you on your high-seas adventure, craft an invitation that reflects the party plan and clearly conveys the uncommon nature of the gathering. With proper wording, you will communicate the necessary information, as well as build excitement about your unusual upcoming event.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Explain the event the gathering is intended to celebrate. If your boat party has a purpose--other than providing a good time for guests--make this immediately clear on your invitation by stating the purpose of the gathering in the first sentence.

  2. 2

    Include a reference to hitting the water. Referencing sailing away, taking to the seas, or venturing into the water depths allows guests to see that your event is quite different from the standard landlocked party, and they'll begin to excitedly anticipate the event.

  3. 3

    Describe the appropriate attire. Some boat parties are formal, while others are more of a come-as-you-are affair. To ensure that your guests dress appropriately and don't feel out of place, make it apparent which type of event you are planning to host. Include a sentence or two in which you explicitly state what type of attire is suitable.

  4. 4

    List the event details clearly. Provide a clear list of the pertinent party information, including when, where, and at what time your event will take place. This information requires a prominent position on your invitation to prevent any confusion.

  5. 5

    Include a friendly note reminding guests of the departure time. While being fashionably late may be OK for a standard party, timeliness is key when it comes to boat parties; once the ship sets sail, there are no second chances to join the party. Make it quite clear what time you plan to leave the dock to ensure that guests don't miss the sailing.

  6. 6

    Provide RSVP contact information. RSVPing is especially important when it comes to boat parties, as space is commonly limited. List the name and contact information for the individual who will be coordinating the list of attendees, and include a sentence that encourages guests to RSVP by the specified date.

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